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6 bedroom house for sale
North Street, Martock, Somerset
EPC Band F
Yeovil circa 7.7 miles Ilminster circa 11 miles
Field House is a Grade II listed Georgian village house of predominantly Hamstone elevations beneath a slate roof. The highly flexible accommodation has the benefit of a self contained two bedroom period cottage within the grounds. The property itself would make an ideal family home as well as an ideal bed and breakfast/holiday cottage business (the current vendors let the cottage by English Country Cottages generating a good income through the summer season). The gracious accommodation briefly comprises reception hall, part parquet and part tiled floor, stairs rising to the first floor, doors off to an impressive drawing room with open fireplace with inset Hamstone and hearth, original shutters to the front window, separate dining room, further window with original shutters to front aspect, central fireplace with marble inset and timber surround, kitchen breakfast room with a range of units comprising one half bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboards under, further range of cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated five ring hob with extractor fan over, built in double oven, space for fridge freezer, range of matching wall mounted units, breakfast bar, tiled splash backs, Ceramic tiled floor, breakfast bar, hatch to dining room. Rear lobby with door to the rear garden, separate cloakroom WC and study/office with worktops (the current vendor works from home). On the first floor there is half landing, built in cupboard, further landing with access to the roof space, doors off to four double bedrooms, the master bedroom benefiting from a range of built in wardrobes, second bedroom has an en-suite shower room, there is a luxury family bathroom with white suite of corner Jacuzzi Whirlpool bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle, heated and slatted towel rail, part tiled walls, Ceramic tiled floor.
The main house has an abundance of character features including timber floors, open fireplaces, picture rails, ceiling cornices as well as benefitting from gas fired central heating. In addition to the main house there is a separate cottage within the grounds of the property with a large open plan sitting room with inset wood burner set on tiled hearth, kitchen dining area with range of units comprising stainless steel single bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboards under, further cupboards and drawers, built in gas hob, integrated oven, space for fridge, tiled floor. Ground floor shower room with low level WC, wash hand basin, wall mounted heater. On the first floor landing there are doors off to two double bedrooms with exposed stone walls, tongue and groove ceiling, master bedroom benefits from a luxury en-suite bathroom with white suite of shaped bath with shower unit over, twin wash hand basins, low level WC, Ceramic tiled floor.
Outside to the front of the property there is parking for 4-5 vehicles with gravel drive and parking at the rear which in turn leads to a garage/barn 17'5 x 14'3 with double doors. Ideal Mexico gas fired central heating boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, light and power. Steps to a further attic space 21'4 x 17'5. This area would offer possible conversion to further accommodation. To the side of the property there are double gates into a further parking area leading to the rear garden which has been thoughtfully landscaped with flagstone patio area, steps leading to a lawned garden with an abundance of flower shrubs borders. There is also an attractive Orangery 13'8 x 8' with tiled floor. Further useful garden store. There is a further garden area, part walled with area of lawn , number of vegetable plots. The total plot measures approximately 1/4 acre.
Internal viewing is strongly recommended of this classic period property with highly flexible accommodation.
This important property is close to the centre of the popular village of Martock, the centre of which is largely constructed out of local Hamstone and contains many listed buildings as well as a fine church. The village has an excellent range of day to day amenities including shops, businesses, doctors, pubs, restaurants and primary school. Whilst it is close to the A303 London to Exeter trunk road. Whilst the regional centres of Yeovil, Sherborne and Taunton are all within easy motoring distance. The surrounding area is well served by state and public schools. There are ample recreational activities including nearby Ham Hill Country Park.